It is accessed via TV Road. Unsealed and a little steep in places but okay for 2WD cars.
Parked out of the activation zone and walked up the road to the summit, a cluster of TV transmission towers
Trig point at the summit all locked up...
Dropped back down the road and found a small sapling to support the squid pole. Used a roadside marker post for one leg of the dipole support and a tree branch for the other.
Shack on the tarp just off the road. A little shade.
Got on 40 m. Lots of noise from the nearby towers...Probably should have set up a little further down the road. Anyway made 4 weak noisy contacts with VK3FPSR, VK3EK, VK2WTY and VK3WE.
Tried 20 m, one contact with VK5WG.
My most useful band on the trip, 30 m, yielded 4 more contacts, VK3AFW, VK2JDL, VK2CCJ and VK3YAR with good signals.
Packed up and headed back down to the Pacific Highway, heading South.
As I drove past had a look at the last SOTA peak in the 3 Brother mountains, South Brother. Looked hard, thick vegetation, rocky cliffs, no road access and possibly on private land...gave it a miss.